Daily Rundown September 30, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Akron schools working to offer in-person supports for students with significant disabilities Contract talks with Gahanna-Jefferson teachers continue with federal mediator Centerville, Dayton, Northmont plan return to schools; health guidelines may change Bringing Back the Neediest Students First: Cleveland Considers Joining Emerging Trend Cleveland Foundation board approves grants totaling $27.5 million for the third quarter Toledo behind on 2020 census Columbus City Schools to resume some in-person classes Oct. 19 Franklin County ADAMH board seeks increased tax levy Nov.

Daily Rundown September 29, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Dayton Public approves phased return-to-school plan Akron schools working to offer in-person supports for students with significant disabilities Akron Public Schools proposing decrease in number of resource officers Northmont switching students back to in-person learning Cuyahoga County Board of Elections members don’t demand full accounting of erroneous email sent by managers last week, focus instead on poll worker recruitment MCDAC renewal, Brunswick school levy, and Medina Township fire levy featured on fall ballot Kent State quarantines 44 students for potential expos

Daily Rundown September 28, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Summit County Prosecutor Sherri Bevan Walsh recovering at home from COVID-19 League of Women Voters to host virtual Candidates Night Area schools, office buildings grapple with Legionella bacteria after COVID-19 lockdown Tour shows progress on Gahanna-Jefferson’s new Lincoln Elementary School Gahanna’s Issue 22 intends to address high school’s struggles with age, growth CMSD’s JFK High School finally finished with help of Alumni Association, but won’t have students inside yet Some area colleges buck national fall enrollment trends Cleveland City Councilman Matt Zone resig

Daily Rundown September 25, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: City, Dayton schools partner to increase police ranks Akron Public Schools, police agreement would lower number of resource officers in schools Sinclair College recognized in best employer ranking Cuyahoga County Board of Elections fails to fess up to its mistake in ‘update’ to poll worker applicants University of Akron reports few new COVID-19 cases despite increased testing Pullback in Dayton hiring doesn’t worry some leaders Toledo's income tax revenue down, in line with projections School cases on the rise TPS considers reopening virtual academy registration Elevated

Daily Rundown September 24, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: General Election - Forbes challenges Headen for appeals court seat Levy may be needed to acquire school property Amherst Schools to purchase new bus; work with Vermilion for bus drivers Fortune 500 company lays off majority of employees at Dayton's largest college Election staff considered placing five drop boxes in Cuyahoga County before LaRose’s directive, board member testifies Ohio National Guard to return to Cleveland as city hosts first 2020 presidential debate Panel looks at open land zoning requirements for certain areas COVID-19 cases rise in Geauga pushing it to

Daily Rundown September 23, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Akron Public Schools eyeing late October for decision on returning to school in person Cleveland schools CEO Eric Gordon gives 'State of the Schools' address Strongsville schools have begun returning pupils to in-person classes University of Akron enrollment dips half as much as was expected due to COVID-19 pandemic Kent State asks students to avoid parties, warns of possible enforcement by city if Portage County remains at ‘red’ coronavirus level Centerville schools plans in-person student education next quarter 'First in the world': New tech to help Premier Health advan

Daily Rundown September 21, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Updated: Gahanna-Jefferson Public Schools set hybrid plan’s target Principal: ‘I have been blessed to have educators who truly cared about me’ PX column: Big Ten presidents recognized the folly of their ways. Will Cincinnati Board of Education do the same? Wi-Fi buses and beyond: How schools are creating internet hotspots for students in the era of remote learning Preliminary Report Cards Indicate Districts Struggle in Reading, Graduation Shaker schools plan 2nd quarter reopening as city lays off 12 rec workers due to COVID-19 lull Arbitrator sides with University of Akro

Daily Rundown September 18, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Court awards Dayton schools $23 million in lawsuit against state Cleveland schools set to receive $13.7 million in school funding dispute As spectator decision looms, CPS sports parents relieved, cautious about start of season Dayton Public Schools kicks off football season after suspending sports due to COVID-19 Lakeside students will form club to raise money for live-stream eagle cam Kent State cuts budget by 10% for fiscal year 2021 Longtime library director to step down DeWine urges Trump to establish space command HQ in Dayton region Absentee ballot requests outpacin

Daily Rundown September 17, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Local school districts work on challenging attendance rates School districts announce positive COVID-19 tests No letter grades for Ashtabula County schools due to pandemic Buckeye and Ashtabula superintendents comment BOE member voices opposition to in-person classes and sports University of Akron to expand testing for COVID-19 on campus starting Thursday Here’s how much postage you need to mail your ballot back in area counties UD students return to in-person classes as COVID-19 outbreak wanes Toledo launches campaigns for two tax levies on November ballot TPS to make an

Daily Rundown September 16, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: SCHOOL REPORT CARDS: More Akron students graduating in four and five years League of Women Voters of Wayne County announces local candidates night Mayor Frank Jackson shakes up leadership in the city’s Public Health Department, reassigns health director New data show Cuyahoga County’s nonprofit arts and culture sector is taking a huge financial hit from pandemic Councilwoman: Burkons should resign if fake social media accounts used DeWine talks with Montgomery County school superintendents about outdoor classes Lorain County elections chief: More ballot drop boxes unlikel

Daily Rundown September 15, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: In Historically Redlined Neighborhoods, Internet Access for CMSD Families Still Spotty As CMSD returns to virtual school, Project ACT ensures the needs of homeless students are met Ohio Secretary Of State Halts Cuyahoga County Plan For Library Ballot Sites Brooklyn City School District eyes move to hybrid model after ‘great’ remote start to school year LaRose to speak at virtual Akron Roundtable forum Dayton manufacturer partners with Kettering Health Network to launch on-site clinic Clearview board of education meeting sparks controversy Democracy Days encourage voters t

Daily Rundown September 11, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Newbury committee says private meeting needed for exploring future of property Some school districts in Franklin County will transition to blended learning Wrong numbers published in new phone book Beachwood school board member says Councilman Burkons set up fake social media account last fall to speak against her candidacy Student-athletes at CPS make plea to play sports The Covid-19 pandemic has cost the region’s largest school district $35 million to date, according to its treasurer, WVXU reports 2020 Census response rate in Cuyahoga County is 66 percent West G settles

Daily Rundown September 9, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Cleveland Metropolitan School District is back in session, remotely Northeast Ohio school districts have varying success as remote learning begins for students DPS board OKs football, other fall sports to play games Sinclair partners with Goldman Sachs to offer Dayton entrepreneurs unique education opportunity Dayton Metro Library continues meal pickups through December Spidalieri: Thin Blue Line Rally Sends ‘Loud Message’ ‘We need YOU’: Summit County districts straining to find enough substitute teachers Several Summit County school districts experience internet issues T

Daily Rundown September 8, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Beachwood Schools tentatively set to resume in-person classes Sept. 14, but many staff members remain nervous Cleveland Metropolitan School District expands meal service to all students in Cleveland Clayton chamber, schools create new workforce development position How schools plan to address learning lost to “COVID slide” City of Amherst finalizing video tour of city Cleveland Safety Committee Wants More Diversity In Public Safety Department CH-UH school board rejects $1 offer from Cleveland Heights, takes Millikin property off market University of Akron, faculty union f

Daily Rundown September 3, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: Ashtabula students begin year remotely via live electronic classrooms Planner proposes zone changes for public buildings Amherst Schools reduces pay to play fees, marching band parents seek larger decrease Steve Johnson Jr. resigns from Euclid School Board, cites personal reasons Cincinnati Public Schools athletes will need to keep waiting on return to athletics Spidalieri calls for Chardon school chief to step down Blue Lives Matter flag on Chardon football field stirs emotions Stark State reports first COVID-19 case, involves Akron campus student All students in county

Daily Rundown September 2, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: How school leaders plan to address attendance while learning virtually Fairview Park City Schools completes $35.2 million permanent improvement project Cuyahoga County Board of Health must end unjustifiable secrecy on COVID-19 in schools Chardon superintendent clarifies policy on politics after banning thin blue line flag Chardon police chief responds to thin blue line flag controversy, saying department 'equally serves all persons who require our assistance' Chardon school shooting survivor reacts to ’thin blue line’ flag controversy KHN new medical office to focus on se

Daily Rundown September 1, 2020

Get the latest relevant news with the Burges & Burges Daily Rundown. Click on the titles below to read the full articles: How Cleveland schools are handling a remote learning scenario Akron School Board Reverses Earlier Decision, Allows Fall Sports To Proceed Amherst Schools hires additional teachers for smaller class sizes Cuyahoga County Board of Health defies Gov. DeWine’s call for transparency about coronavirus cases in schools Spectrum introduces high-speed Internet service that schools can offer students for at-home learning Kent State University launches coronavirus dashboard showing 12 cases since students returned to campus Bellbrook-Sugarcreek schools adjust after levy failures Lor

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